And the 27-year-old defender, Koulibaly, believes that Chelsea will be able to enjoy some excellent football under Sarri who made Napoli one of the most attractive sides in Serie A last season. We have now a big coach and we know we can win something with him.
Weakened, May defeats final Brexit challenges in parliament
The government is resisting the changes, which are aimed at softening the terms of the U.K.'s exit from the European Union . Speaking on BBC radio on Tuesday morning, Mr Davis said a meaningful vote would not lead to Britain staying in the EU.
'I hope he [Maurizio Sarri] will win something with Chelsea because he is a nice coach.
Sarri has been holding talks with Chelsea over a deal to take over from Antonio Conte and he has already been replaced at Napoli by Carlo Ancelotti. When a coach like this comes he needs time. However, the Chelsea board are uncertain about signing the marksman, having deemed him too old and expensive last summer.
Golovin's potential has caught the attention of several Premier League clubs with the Express claiming that Arsenal and Manchester United have held a long-standing interest in the midfielder while Italian champions Juventus have also been linked more recently.
Hornets trading Howard to Nets
Mozgov appeared in 31 games last season, averaging 4.2 ppg, 3.2 rpg while shooting 55.9 percent in 31 games. He is headed to the Brooklyn Nets , according to a new report from ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski .
Maurizio Sarri is moving ahead with finalising the makeup of his backroom staff at Chelsea after moving closer to securing Giovanni Martusciello, Inter's technical collaborator.
'At Napoli we enjoyed it very much as players and the supporters enjoyed it very much.
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China Says It Regrets US Quitting UN Human Rights Council
Item 7 addresses the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and rights abuses in Israel and by Israel in the adjacent occupied territories. Haley also blamed human rights groups for the decision to leave, saying they had thwarted US attempts to improve the council.